What does 25/50/25 mean in regard to liability car insurance?

I was recently looking at liability car insurance policies, and I keep seeing 25/50/25. What does 25/50/25 mean?

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Eric Schad
Answered on Apr 16, 2021
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“The numbers 25/50/25 refer to the limits of coverage for liability insurance if you hit another vehicle. Here’s what each of these numbers means:
Although this policy is affordable, it probably offers too little coverage for most everyday drivers. A 50/100/50 policy is probably the better option.”
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